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Air India & Vistara to fly each other’s passengers in case of flight disruptions – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Air India and Vistara will now accommodate each other’s home and worldwide passengers if the flight of both airline is disrupted due to some motive.
Air India’s “interline considerations on irregular operations” (IROPs) agreement with Vistara comes exactly two weeks after it signed the same with AirAsia India (AAIPL) for domestic passengers, signalling increasing synergy between the Tata Group airlines. Both the pacts are valid for two years, within which the group will finalise the contours of its airline business.
AAIPL as of now does not fly international passenger flights, so the Maharaja’s IROPs with it was only for domestic flights. Vistara, however, has both domestic and international passenger flights.
“This association will allow airport groups of each AI and Vistara to supply different first out there flights in order that inconvenience to passengers is minimised…. carriage of passengers shall be on an ‘as out there’ foundation as decided by the airport supervisor of accepting airline,” it says.
The transferring airline’s baggage allowance as shown on the original ticket will apply for passengers accepted by the accepting airline.
Synergy and operations of scale of the four airlines in its group is going to be a major us for the Tata Group.





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